Whole-House Reverse Osmosis Systems in Los Angeles
Comprehensive Water Treatment for Homes & Businesses
Is the quality of your water a concern for more than just your drinking water? If you want purer water for all your household activities – from laundry to cooking to cleaning – you may want to consider a whole-house reverse osmosis system. We can provide you with bottle-quality water throughout your whole house.
Our water treatment specialists in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Barbara, and the surrounding areas are here to help you decide whether this system is right for you. If you are a good candidate for a whole-house treatment system, we can help you select the right model and get it installed quickly and effectively. You can rest assured that we will perform the installation with care and accuracy, and we won't try to pressure you into any products or services you don't want or need.
Get your free in-home or phone consultation for whole-house reverse osmosis system installation in Los Angeles or nearby communities by calling (888) 904-4453 or submitting a contact form online today!
What Is a Whole-House Water Filter System?
There are two types of water filter systems: whole-house systems and point-of-use systems. A whole-house water filtration system is installed at the point where water enters the house. All water used within the house is filtered, whether it is used for washing dishes, drinking, bathing, or doing laundry.
A whole-house water filtration system can remove:
- Ammonia and city water disinfectants
- Hydrogen sulfide
- Various taste or odor contaminants
Two or more water filters may be installed in a series (one after the other), as is normally the case with sediment filters. Sediment and chlorine filters are installed first on whole-house water filter systems because sediment can quickly clog other types of filters. Additional filters downstream may remove specific contaminants.
When to Use a Whole-House RO System
Before considering any form of whole-house water filter or water treatment system, the water entering the house should be tested by a qualified source. This is the only way to be sure a whole-house water filter system is needed and to determine the type of impurities that must be filtered out of the water.
If the taste is the problem, then it might be more practical and less costly to install separate smaller filters only in the kitchen and bathrooms, depending on the type and severity of the taste issue. If water hardness or sediment (such as dirt) is the problem, then a whole-house water filter system should be installed.